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Is there a way to permanently turn off Google Maps until needed?
Google maps seems to have an insane amount of Intents registered for it, as well as other ways of being started. Since this is a pretty resource hungry app (especially memory wise), I would very much ...
Feb 1 '12 at 20:30
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